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J. S. - Switzerland said:
I have learned a great deal about past tenses and the many forms it can take in a sentence. There is past simple, past perfect, past continuous, and past perfect continuous. Past simple means you form the past tense of regular verbs by adding -d or -ed to the verb; if it is an irregular verb, you have to know the past tense of that particular verb. An example of a regular verb in a past simple sentence is, \"He walked\", and an irregular verb, \"She hid.\" Next, you can form past perfect sentence by using the past form of \"to have\" (had) plus the past participle. An example of this is, \"He had walked\" and, \"She had hid.\" There is also past continuous, which can be formed by using the past tense of the aux. verb \"be,\" or \"was/were\" plus verb ending in -ing. For example, \"He was walking\" and \"She was hiding.\" Finally there is past perfect continuous, which is formed by the past form of \"to have\" (had) plus been plus the verb ending in -ing. For example, \"she had been hiding\" and, \"he had been walking.\" This is how you form the various past tenses.